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Expert Calls for COVID-19 Counselling to Form 4 Students

Health rights activist, Maziko Matemba, has called on the ministry of health to provide counseling to Form Four students as a way of motivating them as more students are testing positive for COVID-19.

CHAM Employees yet to be on HRMIS

Christian Health Association of Malawi (CHAM) employees should wait a little longer for the migration of the payroll into government’s Human Resources Management Information System (HRMIS) as the secretariat says it is still compiling a report following a head count.

3 Found with Case to Answer in Fertilizer Case

The Magistrate’s Court in Chikwawa has ruled that three people that were found with 913 bags of fertilizer early December last year have a case to answer.

Alumni in Fundraiser for School Fence

Three alumni of Mulanje Vocational School for the Blind have sounded an SOS to the private sector and individuals of good will to construct a brick fence at the school.

COVID-19 Vaccine for Journalists Welcome

MISA Zambia has welcomed pronouncements by the government to prioritize the media, health personnel among others in the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine as they are front line workers.

Teachers Demand COVID-19 Risk Allowance; PPE

Some concerned teachers have petitioned government through the ministry of education to start giving them risk allowances and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) now that COVID-19 has hit schools.

GLOHOMO Takes COVID-19 Response to Mwanza

Global Hope Mobilization (GLOHOMO) has donated COVID-19 preventive items and trained officers at Mwanza District Health Office and Mwanza border.

Mulanje Eyes 2.5 Million Trees this Season

Mulanje District Council on Thursday officially launched this year’s forestry season with plans to plant 2.5 million trees.

Nyasa Manufacturing Company Mask Up BT DHO

Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC) has presented 50, 000 surgical masks to Blantyre District Health Office in its drive to curb further spread of COVID-19.

HRCC Demands Consultations on COVID-19 Management

Human Rights Consultative Committee (HRCC) has asked government to consult a wide sector of the society in coming up with new COVID-19 guidelines saying consulting a few ministries and departments will not yield the much-desired results.

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